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4.5 / 5 Rated by 55 members
Review from Stan
Red Velvet 28 events 13 reviews

Excellent production--enthusiastic and talented cast.

reviewed Aug 11 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Stan
Red Velvet 28 events 13 reviews

Excellent production, stellar cast with great voices and great presence, especially Sky Masterson, Adelaide and NicelyNicely.

reviewed Aug 14 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Sharon Doner
Red Velvet 31 events 9 reviews

Acting was fantastic, singing was okay but the energy was great! Highly recommend. Bring a pair of binoculars.

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Considered one of the finest musical comedies ever written, this Tony Award-winning musical is packed with one unforgettable song after another. Featuring “Luck be a Lady,” “Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat,” “If I Were a Bell,” and other time-honored classics. Depression-era New York City comes to life on stage as a mob of crooks, cops, and Christians gamble on love, greed and salvation.


Nathan Detroit, owner of the oldest established, permanent floating craps game in New York, is in a bind. The police are putting on the heat, and he can’t find a location for the next game, while his longstanding girlfriend Adelaide is pressuring him to get married after 14 years together.

When professional gambler Sky Masterson, on his way to Havana, brags he could get any doll to accompany him on the trip, Detroit challenges him to woo Sergeant Sarah Brown, of the Save-a-Soul Mission downtown.

A seemingly impossible match, Masterson and Brown fall in love despite their glaringly different lifestyle choices, but their happiness is put in jeopardy by the schemes of Detroit. Guys and Dolls is a fast-paced, fun musical for the entire family based on the stories by Damon Runyon.

Cast in order of appearance:  

Nicely Nicely Johnson – Glenn Rainey

Benny Southstreet – Garth Kravits

Rusty Charlie – Todd Horman

Sarah Brown – Erin Davie

Agatha – Wendi Bergamini

Calvin – Eric Shorey

Arvide Abernathy – Jamie Ross

Harry the Horse – Adam Moreno

Lieutenant Brannigan – Michael Scott

Nathan Detroit – Steve Rosen

Angie the Ox – Mark Campbell

Havana Dancers – Taurean Everett and Arian Keddell

Carmen the Bartender – Jan Neuberger

Sky Master – Ben Crawford

Mimi – Jesse Wildman

Voice of Joey Biltmore – Mark Campbell

Adelaide – Megan Sikora

General Cartwright – Jan Neuberger

Big Jule – Brendan Averett

Hot Box Girls – Wendi Bergamini, Sarah Marie Jenkins, Christina Hedrick, Arian Keddell, Jesse Wildman and Toni White

Hot Box Waiter – Lee Wilkins

Mission Band – Rod Roberts, Sarah Marie Jenkins and Jesse Wildman

Directed by Gordon Greenberg

Choreographed by Patti Colombo

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